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Football and Politics (Part One)

Football and Politics (Part One)

🕔19:37, 17.Dec 2018

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (December 17th 2018) Politics and football don’t mix. It’s often repeated, but it’s a false mantra. Politics is never far from sport. There was a war over a football match between El Salvador and

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Africa Supports Legendary Emmy Musonda (Part 1)

Africa Supports Legendary Emmy Musonda (Part 1)

🕔14:01, 1.Apr 2017

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 15th 2017) Under-20 AFCON Zambian defender and gifted on-pitch leader of the Chipolopolo, Emmy Musonda, has fallen on terrible times since the halcyon days of leading the Chipolopolo to third place in the

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Shame

Shame

🕔16:35, 27.Feb 2017

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (February 27th 2017) Opening Zambia has never won the Under-20 African Cup of Nations, but hope to put that right in its 14th edition. Yesterday Patson Daka scored the tournament’s first goal. It was

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African Cup of Nations 2017 – Quarter-Final

African Cup of Nations 2017 – Quarter-Final

🕔20:10, 16.Feb 2017

DR Congo v Ghana  By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (January 29th 2017) DR Congo                               1-2                              Ghana Paul-José M’Poku 68,        

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Making History?

Making History?

🕔21:03, 15.Feb 2017

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (January 12th 2017) History Ghana hold the record for most appearances in the final – nine – winning four, the last of which was in 1978. That was Ugandaʼs only appearance in the final.

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Transition and Respect (Part Two)

Transition and Respect (Part Two)

🕔19:02, 15.Feb 2017

Editor’s Note The following articles were originally published in 2008. With the passing of two giants of African football, Cecil Jones Attuquayefio and Charles Kumi Gyamfi, and the 31st edition of the African Cup of Nations about to start, we

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Transition and Respect (Part One)

Transition and Respect (Part One)

🕔17:38, 15.Feb 2017

Editor’s Note The following articles were originally published in 2008. With the passing of two giants of African football, Cecil Jones Attuquayefio and Charles Kumi Gyamfi, and the 31st edition of the African Cup of Nations about to start, we

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Africa’s First Great Coach (Part One)

Africa’s First Great Coach (Part One)

🕔23:39, 14.Feb 2017

Editor’s Note The following articles were originally published in 2008. With the passing of two giants of African football, Cecil Jones Attuquayefio and Charles Kumi Gyamfi, and the 31st edition of the African Cup of Nations about to start, we

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The First Black Star

The First Black Star

🕔15:50, 9.Feb 2017

Editor’s Note The following articles were originally published in 2008. With the passing of two giants of African football, Cecil Jones Attuquayefio and Charles Kumi Gyamfi, and the 31st edition of the African Cup of Nations about to start, we

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Fear – The African Mentality

Fear – The African Mentality

🕔23:53, 8.Feb 2017

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (January 10th 2017) The Greats My first African Cup of Nations was in Ghana in 2008. I had the privilege of interviewing two of the great Ghanaian – African – coaches, Charles Kumi Gyamfi

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